Ian Adams will open up ways to prepare ourselves for the possibilities of the Advent season, looking for the light within ourselves, in the world around us, and in the coming of the Christ-child.
A quiet day to explore the notion of waiting with expectation and patience, with hope and reality and we will be accompanied by the Patriarchs and the Prophets, John the Baptist and Mary.
Join experienced Iconographer Peter Murphy for a week learning the medieval gilding and painting techniques to create stunning icon paintings.
As our first Christmas since lockdown draws near we take the opportunity to gather together around the Bethlehem manger in a retreat led by the Warden of Launde Abbey.
In this darkest season of the year, we will reflect on the Light revealed both in these stories and in our stories, and explore what God’s Spirit might be saying to each of us through them as 2022 begins.
In this quiet day we'll explore the invitation to immerse ourselves in the life of the Trinity, an invitation embodied in baptism and offered afresh every day.
This retreat offers a time to ponder God’s love for us and for others and how we respond to that love. As we do this, there will be an opportunity to create a piece of sewing/patchwork/embroidery which reflects this.
Preparing for Lent, this quiet day uses prayer to prepare for a time of growth … spiritual and behavioural growth.
For those of us who are weary or disorientated because of the experiences of recent months, this retreat offers the opportunity to come home, to come back to God who in Christ invites us to make our home in him.
This retreat will look at the treasures which have come down to us through the lives of the Celtic saints whose faith was shaped on the anvil of an era of major cultural change.